01.let's talk about me [04:29]
02.seperate lives [04:38]
03.days are numbers [04:53]
04.sooner or later [04:25]
05.vulture culture [05:23]
06.hawkeye [instrumental] [03:49]
07.somebody out there [04:56]
08.the same old sun [05:27]
09.no answers only questions [02:12]
10.separate lives [04:19]
11.hawkeye (demo) [03:18]
12.the naked vulture [10:44]
13.no answers only questions [02:56]
(the first attempt)
Release Notes :
Vulture Culture is an album by The Alan Parsons
Project. The first side of the LP (CD tracks 1-4)
consists entirely of four-minute pop songs, and the
second side varies widely, from the subdued funk of the
title track to the bouncing, desert-like "Hawkeye".
Although "Days Are Numbers (The Traveller)" is held to
be one of the Project's best songs, no songs or singles
from the album reached the Top 40.
Originally, the album was intended to be the second LP
of a double album, with Ammonia Avenue being the first.
"Sooner Or Later" was recently described by Parsons
himself as, "the third attempt to try and get another
hit with the "Eye In The Sky"'esque chugging guitar l -
Prime Time from Ammonia Avenue was the second, which I
thought was a little more successful in that respect."
The song "Hawkeye" is mostly an instrumental but
contains a line from Monica, a woman working at the
canteen in Abbey Road Studios. The line she says is:
"Only what's on the menu".
This is the only Project album that does not feature
the orchestration of Andrew Powell.
Vulture Culture was remastered and reissued in 2007
with last 5 tracks in this album.